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, ever so slight, if you look right around tuesday at 2:00 a.m., that atlantic city line. it's been weaving a little bit on new jersey, where the center of that path would be. but that's not that important, other than where the major water will go, with that storm surge. the rest of the affects, the wind and rain, david, will be felt from the mid-atlantic well into new england for at least two days. >> back to that question i asked there a moment ago, so many people wondering why is this being called a superstorm? >> reporter: david, i think the best way to tell people that is to show them on a graphic that we put together. it's a 3d graphic that will show you all three elements. it's easier to look at it once you see them. all night long, sandy marches up the east coast, practically parallel. more than 200 miles offshore. it will collide with an arctic front coming in from the west, throwing a new dose of energy into the storm and expanding its already monther size and reach. then, inject the 1 150-mile-per-hour plus winds of the jet stream and forecasters think sandy explodes into
and right now, it appears it will make landfall at midnight tomorrow near atlantic city, new jersey. you can see our extreme weather team and matt gutman is in the carolinas tonight. matt? >> reporter: good evening, david, from a very wet and surprisingly cold north carolina, where sandy was supposed to give just a glancing blow. it has been punishing. we've had 60-mile-per-hour wind gusts here. over the past 24 hours, the winds, the rain. the waves, you see crashing into the pier behind me have been absolutely relentless, giving you a sense of the length and come los colossal size of this storm. now, a number of communities already in this area have been cut off because of the surging flood waters, places like cape hatteras. a lot of people are talking about this foam. this is just what is spinning off of all of that churning water. now, when people consider hurricane, they think of it is tropical, but this has been icy cold and all of this cold air is just moving right north of here. david? >> all right, taking a beating there in north carolina, matt gutman, thank you tonight. >>> so, just
but this is a wide section. >> the twin city marathon runners liked it but everyone else shocking, feels like winter has come in. look at these numbers bottomed out. amarillo at 34. tulsa, 32. pierre, that's a record at 19. a lot of those teens. the coldest of the season. >> we know we have a holiday but what do people wake up to as they wake up to work? >> even colder in spots. freeze watches and warnings, frost advisories all the way from texas to new jersey. new york, 44 tomorrow but look at indianapolis only at the freezing mark, chicago just one tick above that. the next natural question, how long does it stick around? the mid-atlantic from raleigh to new york city there going to get back to the 60s so some rebounding but look at chicago. this cold air thing is going to continue happening. it's autumn. >> 56 on wednesday you say there, ginger zee, thanks for being with us. >>> we turn overseas and to the middle east where the israeli military shot down a drone that flew deep into the country, you see it there, the first time in six years a hostile aircraft flew into israeli airspace. not clear
, for the mid-atlantic and northeast you can see new york city back into the 60s, almost 70 by wednesday, chicago gets another shock. it's that time of year, another cold front. >> great to have you on "gma" and "world news now." >>> to the middle east where the israeli military shot drown a drone that flew deep into the country, you see it there, the first time in six years a hostile aircraft flew into israeli airspace. not clear who launched it but hezbollah is based in leb ton and is suspected tonight. >>> a fierce enemy of the united states, hugo chavez faces the toughest election of his life today. vengzens have been lining up all day to vote in the presidential race there. chavez has been denouncing the united states as the biggest menace to our planet. he once called former president george w. bush a donkey, a coward, an immoral person. anchor jorge ramos is in venezuela tonight for the election and i spoke with him just moments ago here. jorge, great to have you with us again tonight and president chavez finding himself in his closest race yet to hold on to power. >> reporter: ab
that city as the attack was ending and diplomats were being evacuated, which could allow romney to renew his attack. >> it was not a spontaneous demonstrati demonstration, is that what you're saying? >> please proceed, governor. >> reporter: while the president has been out of site at camp david preparing for this last debate, we did get a hint of his plan. highlight the killing of bin laden, the end of the iraq war and then question mitt romney's overseas trip as a presidential candidate, when he wondered about security at london's olympics. >> we all remember his "dukes of hazzard" tour of international destinations over the summer, where he, not only roiled countries that are not as friendly to us, but our best al li, britain. >> reporter: this is a foreign policy debate, but both campaigns tell me that each of the candidates will figure out a way to make a point about the economy. the argument, that a strong economy makes the country's national security stronger, as well. david? >> no question they're going to try to squeeze the economy in. david kerley, thank you. no question the last d
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